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History of Germany

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German history stretches from the Roman Era, colonialism of Africa, to its reunification in 1990. Martin Luther, Ludwig van Beethoven and Adolf Hitler are some of the historically significant persons that came from Germany.
To achieve total and tyrannical power. He was a complete fanatic.  He wanted to annihilate all those he believed inferior. Despite the  fact that really only disabled people were inferior (but really not  by much), he tried to eliminate tens of millions of innocent people  because of his beliefs...
He was a fanatic, and the only good thing was show how we, as the  United States, should not stand idly by while millions of innocent  people in foreign countries are murdered.   He massacred so many innocent lives and shocked the world with his  crimes. Unfortunately, he was never able to pay...
Romania, Finland, Italy, Albania, Solvakia, Bulgaria, Vichy France,  Spain, Yugoslavia, Japan, and other nations fought under Germany  and the Axis powers. There are several nations not listed here.
Before the war, Nazism was not generally seen in Holland as an  'evil' movement and a Dutch fascist party gained quite a large  following and several seats in the Dutch Parliament.   After the invasion of Holland by Nazi Germany feelings towards  Hitler understandably changed for the worse....
Most countries simply stood by. They didn't interfere until they were drawn into to war, and even then it wasn't for the sake of the Jews but to keep themselves safe.
    Very controllabale and powerfull. Got cought up in his own game. He also liked to use the truth of many inoceentes for his own bad deeds. If you ask me he was not a very smart or bright guy. Killing people for any reason is not what i would exaclly call a nice person.  
Switzerland and Sweden are the various two countries which Hitler  did not conquer.   ***************   I would like to add that he failed to conquer Britain and Russia.
You'd have to define 'first defeat'. Hitler's land forces were delayed or outmaneuvered in a number of relatively minor ways during his advance through Western Europe, but ultimately they were victorious. The Battle of Britain (which peaked in late1940 saw many defeats for the Luftwaffe. Those...
because he wanted to change his tactic to allow for more night  bombings
Hitler created the Nazi by making tens of thousands of young  jobless men put on brown shirts and high leather boots of the Nazi  storm troopers. By this way Hitler had organized the Nazis.
  Kaiser Wilhelm II is the last German Emperor and the King of the Prussia.   Kaiser Wilhelm II is the last German Emperor and the King of the Prussia.
He thought that pure Germans, especially Aryans (blond hair blue eyes) were at the top of the scale, with Jews at the bottom, Slavs ranked slightly above Jews, then there were Negroes and other races going up to Nordics, and Aryans. Gypsies were a bit more complicated as they were Aryans, but were...
Hitler was a radical Darwinian and took Darwin's book as his bible. He saw this as the fight for the fittest.
His girlfriend died of cancer.
Hitler was 43 when he and the NSDAP its first election in July  1932, achieving 37.3% of the popular vote and 230 seats of the 608  seats in the Reichstag.The Nazis were however not invited to form  the government. Instead, Reichspresident Paul von Hindenburg  instructed Franz von Papen to form...
Hitler was an artist of limited ability and matching success in  Vienna prior to the First World War. After the war he was employed  as a spy by the military with the task of infiltrating one of the  many small, revolutionary parties that began springing up like wild  fire all over Germany....
Eastern European "gypsies" and handicapped individuals of all creeds.
  He was trying to wipe out the entire Jewish race. You can't wipe out a race if you don't kill the kids.
Hitler actually shot himself in 1945, at the end of WW II.
This is the right answer the rest was crap. He also accidentally shot himself with a .44 caliber gun at the age of 13, with the bullet missing his heart by two inches ^If it was a .44, 2 inches from the heart the hydrostatic shock would have totoally destroyed his heart. He did it with a 9x19mm...
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Stalin bought time by signing the pact even though he knew Hitler would invade Russia. Stalin was able to build up and train his forces. He was able to accumulate more weapons too. It also kept Japan off the eastern end of his country.
because they were funded by the bakers from the wall street and allied with the vatican, third Reich is nothing but a vaticans war against the Jews and orthodox christians which was fought for hundreds of years and they have also succeeded in 1.giving us the UN 2.driving the Jews out of Europe ...
Hitler is seen as the #1 icon of evil. (Stalin and Mao each probably killed more people, but they don't have quite the same iconic status).
The German people believed that Hitler would bring power and glory  back to Germany.
No, Hitler never adopted any children.
oh he just painted pictures of rainbows and unicorns on the walls of the death camps
he really hated Jewish people. mostly the rest of what he said about the aryan race and world domination was just propoganda to make the German people support him when he killed Jewish people. he also did alot of inhumane genetic experiments, also on Jewish people.
== Answer ==   Hitler wanted to purify the Human race by killing what he used to call half humans. For Hitler the ruling race was the blond hair people with blue eyes ironically enough he never looked in the mirror.   === ===   === Answer ===   The whole world. He was a megalomaniac.
He published a book called mein kampf and soon became the leader of the nazi party.
Western countries e.g. China, Russia, Mongolia, Western Germany Alot of these had communist governments introduced by the USSR. Berlin itself was split-The western side of the wall was mainly inhabited by western Germans and was communist, the eastern side was inhabited by eastern Germans and was...
Marie Antoinette was born an Archduchess of Austria. She had a  fairly simple childhood, and little education, as was the norm for  girls at that time. However, she played many musical instruments.
By that time Hitler had already committed suicide.
Hitler had to be smart to get most of Germany to !!!!!!!!!!!!!HATE!!!!!!!!!!!! Jews
  the inbreeding story is probably just that "A story" and wether he was Gay is probably a question best answered by the woman that eventually married him Eva Von Braun.
Hitler himself didn't really personally do much of anything in theway of "torture". He was much more interested in eliminating them(and confiscating their property, or in using them for slave labor)than torturing them. . Of course, that also meant he didn't object too strenuously ifsomeone else...
1940, Battle of Britain was the most famous, but Hitler was also having trouble in North Africa, Malta and at sea as well in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.But the very first failaire for Hitler was the Altmark Incident Feb 1940 against the British.
He had decided on a foreign policy and he issued the neutral proclamation in April, 1793
against the advice of his generals who wanted to push towards moscow first hitler attempted to take control of oil fields and farmland asap to resupply the german war effort, also russia knew war would come but didnt think they would invade while england remained so they were caught by suprise the...
Ottonian castles look like Medieval palaces that tower over the  rest of the land. They were often built on hills or the tops of  mountains and made of stone.
Hitler did not invade the Rhineland. France and Britain signed a document allowing Germany to take it back and void the part of the Versailles Treaty that removed the Rhineland from Germany. They greatly regretted doing that after Hitler invaded Poland. Hitler consistently made treaties with...
He joined the Nazi partyin 1919 and then when the Party win more seats in Parliament he eliminated all opposition and took control of Germany.
  == Answer ==       The Enabling Law (Ermaechtigungsgestz), passed by a two-thirds majority became law on 23 March 1933. It allowed the Chancellor (Hitler) to rule by decree without even the need for the agreement of the President.  Thereafter Hitler ruled by decree ...  ...
whoever has the highest power level
  The number varies from something on the order of 9 million to 11 million, depending how the estimate is made. (There are no, nor can there be, any exact numbers.)
Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany by President Hindenburg on 30 January 1933. Following the First World War, Germany suffered from a huge economic depression during the 20s. Hitler was an outspoken politician, with links to many extreme nationalist parties. While right-wing himself, he...
Because they were being smothered in the terrible cold that they  were ill-prepared for. They wanted to withdraw them so as not to  lose too much, an attempted action that failed, causing Hitler to  suffer irreplaceable losses in both troops and equipment in their  fighting the red army.
Paul von Hindenberg (1847-1934) commanded the German armies under Kaiser Wilhelm II during World War 1, and was President of the Weimar Republic (and its successor, the German Reich) from May 12, 1925 until his death on August 2, 1934. As the last German Chancellor to serve under Hindenburg, Hitler...
The Germans detested the Communists, even the Communists in their own country. Hitler killed off many of them. He attacked the USSR because they had resources he needed and he hated communism.
The Schieffen Plan was Germany's key war plan for invading  France at the start of World War 1. It involved marching through  Belgium in order to knock France out of the war quickly.  The plan was devised by Alfred von Schlieffen. It involved  attacking France through Belgium in the event of war...
He didn't plan to set up a Jewish state. He planned to kill all of the Jews he could get his hands on. He didn't just want Jews out of Germany, he wanted them out of the world.
Political and social unrest was squelched by the police. The government leaders failed to adequately resolve the problems of unemployment, starvation, homelessness and poor health care. When the Nazis finally had Hitler in office things began to change, particularly after the leader of the nation...
it was successful for the weimar republic because the period was a happy time for Germany. The hyperinflation crisis had been solved by Gustav Stresemann(1924-1929)- the president, when he burnt the old worthless marks and introduced a new currency- the retenmark. He also started the Dawes Plan in...
In the usual sense of the word an affair implies cheating on one's spouse. Hitler never married until the last day of his life, and he was married less than 24 hours. He was a sick and broken man quivering with Parkinsons and addled with drugs. He'd been in his underground bunker for months when he...
  yes he did he was deviyes man
The NAZI Party won the Popular vote in both elections in 1932. In  1933 Hitler was appointed the Chancellor. The enabling act was then  brought into power allowing Hitler full government control.
  == Answer ==   The Germans took the lead in industrialization in the 19th century and soon became the greatest European power.  Even after two world wars, Germany was still the greatest European power.  However, Stalin absolutely destroyed East Germany by destroying private...
He originally wanted to be an artist.
On the various beaches all troops on the Western Front were sent to  the beaches where the invasion was thought to be. All the defenses  include the Atlantic Wall, machine guns, mortars, artillery, and 58  divisions of troops. Obstacles include mines, pieces of metal, and  deep holes and...
He didn't. Rommel was approached by the conspirators who were plotting to kill Hitler, but he rebuffed them. Rommel's sin was that he did not report the overture. For this, by threatening his family, the Nazis forced him to commit suicide. Then, with their usual hypocrisy. they gave him a heroes...
== Answer ==   15 million (expected amount)
The ghetto was like an animal cage, it contained what was inside it and limited contact with the outside world. This was ordered as part of the final solution to Hitler Jewish question. They were contained and catalogued so they could be easily tracked, produce goods for the German military and...
The writer of the Surrealist Manifesto was the charismatic French author and poet Andre Breton, who also subsequently started the Surrealist group of avantgarde artists and writers including figures such as Salvador Dali, Eileen Agar, Paul Edouard, Gala Edouard, Max Ernst, Joan Miro and others. The...
it was pretty crazy for both sides of the wall
While many advance the proposition that the Battle of Midway was the high-water mark (and thus, the turning point) for the Japanese, there are several key battles in 1942 which each contribute uniquely to the change of Japanese fortune. The Battle of Midway (June 4-7) obviously severely hurt the...
No, he left it in ruins.
Type your answer here... the Weimer republic negotiated with the Versailles peace makers to bring German on board for world peace.the Weimer republic managed to meet the demands of the Versailles peace makers like paying German's war reparations and effecting disarmament within Germanthe Weimer...
When the Germans invaded the Soviet Union, his plans did not work. Instead, of an all out attack to capture Leningrad, he decided on siege tactics. The Russians could withstand that. They were used to privations. Then Hitler's army kept going and not concentrating on one objective but on many. The...
  THE OFFICIAL NAME OF GERMANY IS Bundesrepublik Deutschland. ALSO KNOWN AS   Federal Republic of Germany.  
  == East Germany ==   The Warsaw Pact and COMECON
He was a German mathematician and scientist who contributed significantly to many fields, including number theory, statistics, analysis, differential geometry, geodesy, geophysics, electrostatics, astronomy and optics. (Wikipedia) . For the source and more detailed information concerning your...
One main group were the Spartacists-the German Communist Party. Being an extremist left wing party, they believed in equality for everyone. Usually, communism wouldn't be a big thing in a country like Germany, but due to the fact that there were many poorer people than before-because of the blockade...
stresemann was very helpfull due to him keeping up with all payments to countries that weimar owed and he got American factories to start up in weimar so there was more jobs for the weimar republic =)
No, it was after the war. At the end of WW2 Berlin was divided into 4 sectors. One American, one English, one French and one Soviet. The Soviet sector became East Berlin and the Soviets started building the wall at the end of the 1950's. This is when the cold war started. West Berlin was on one side...
Research Kristallnacht and the Holocaust.. Bottom line: Beyond Terrible.
His disastrous invasion of Russia (June 1941)American intervention, following Pearl Harbour (Dec. 1941)
Hitler only had one wife, Eva Braun.
No, the Nazis hated Jews, gypsies, Catholics, gays, people withmental and physical disabilities, and anyone else who wasn't"Aryan."
At the Battle of Britain.(air battle, July 10 1940-Oct. 31 1940)
Hitler's goals were to recover territories lost in W.W. I, Austria and parts ofCzechoslovakia to be added to Germany, to conquer much of Europe, and also wanted the German nation to seize lebensraum ( living space ) from Poland, Soviet Union, and other countries to the east.Hitler believed the...
They generally aren't worth much at all, because as one might well  know, Hitler was an all-round madman. People generally aren't  interested in the belongings of or depictions of men like that.